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Common2.lsp

Postby m0rk4i » Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:28 pm

How do I get acess to common2.lsp and other files that are loaded every time when i start xlisp?

Is it possible to see the definition of remove-duplicates function and other functions inside common2.lsp?

Thx for all and sorry for my english
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Re: Common2.lsp

Postby gugamilare » Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:00 pm

m0rk4i wrote:Is it possible to see the definition of remove-duplicates function and other functions inside common2.lsp?


Do you mean opening the file common2.lsp? You can open it using a text editor.
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Re: Common2.lsp

Postby m0rk4i » Fri Apr 23, 2010 8:26 pm

But where is this file? I can´t find

Obs: Im using Xlisp32
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Re: Common2.lsp

Postby gugamilare » Sat Apr 24, 2010 12:57 pm

m0rk4i wrote:But where is this file? I can´t find

Obs: Im using Xlisp32


Sorry, I don't know about Xlisp32.

If you are trying to learn some kind of Lisp, you can try learning Common Lisp of Scheme. The book Practical Common Lisp is a very good book for learning Common Lisp.
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Re: Common2.lsp

Postby m0rk4i » Sun Apr 25, 2010 1:25 pm

Let me be more specific: When we ran any lisp interpreter the files common2.lsp and common.lsp are loaded. These files contains the definitions of several functions like remove-duplicates. So, where can i find these files? Im using xlisp32 and wanna know if is it possible to read the content of these files and the format will be something like this:

(defun remove-duplicates (list)
(cond
((equal ....

For example, in C language we can open the header files like stdio.h and find the printf definition
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Re: Common2.lsp

Postby gugamilare » Sun Apr 25, 2010 3:48 pm

m0rk4i wrote:Let me be more specific: When we ran any lisp interpreter the files common2.lsp and common.lsp are loaded. These files contains the definitions of several functions like remove-duplicates. So, where can i find these files? Im using xlisp32 and wanna know if is it possible to read the content of these files and the format will be something like this:

(defun remove-duplicates (list)
(cond
((equal ....

For example, in C language we can open the header files like stdio.h and find the printf definition


Yes, I understood that, but I don't know anything about xlisp32. You have to look inside the folder where the program xlisp32 is and locate those files, I can't do it for you because I don't have access to your computer.
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Re: Common2.lsp

Postby Kazimir Majorinc » Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:59 pm

Download these files at

http://almy.us/xlisp.html

You can consider contacting author of the program directly. I only used Xlisp few times.
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